Laz Alonso

Seeing how close his mother had come to losing her life forced Alonso to focus on how money could be a tool to provide for him and his loved ones.

The U.S. Dream Academy is a national after school program using mentoring, tutoring, and technology education to empower children at risk of future incarceration. Their 15th Annual Power of a Dream Gala will take place Tuesday night in Washington, D.C. honoring Rep. Robert C. “Bobby” Scott; Jaime Casap, Global Education Evangelist; and Jarrett M. Adams, Judicial […]

Laz Alonso talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his role in the new season of The Mysteries of Laura, premiering tonight on NBC.…

  Lexus Verses and Flow premieres tonight on TV One at 10 p.m. Actor Laz Alonso returns as the Season Five host for his second year.…

What do Love & Hip Hop’s Tahiry Jose and Single Ladies’ Laz Alonso have in common? Nothing. However, when we caught up with these to…

Sorry “Deception” fans but the Meagan Good and Laz Alonso led drama has officially been cancelled by NBC. The mystery-drama revolved around the death of…

Now the star of NBC’s new series “Deception” with Meagan Good, the 38-year-old Afro-Cuban actor from New York has been steadily working his way up…

Leave it up to Sybil to jam up Laz Alonso about his current dating situation. Listen to find out what Huggy has to say about…

Actor Laz Alonso, was declared celebrity Travel Ambassador for American Airlines and BlackAtlas.com at a private launch party and press conference at the Studio Museum in Harlem.…

Chris Brown and Laz Alonso join “Lost” star Josh Holloway, Josh Peck and Caity Lotz in the ensemble cast of “Planet B Boy,” a music-themed drama from Screen Gems. http://www.eurweb.com/2011/10/chris-brown-laz-alonso-in-screen-gems%e2%80%99-%e2%80%98planet-b-boy%e2%80%99/

*Laz Alonso’s career is on fire. The 37-year-old Washington DC native, whose recent credits include “Avatar,” “Jumping the Broom” and A&E’s “Breakout Kings,” says his ability to make critically-acclaimed footprints in Hollywood has just as much to do with the films he turns down as the ones he takes. http://www.eurweb.com/2011/09/audio-laz-alonso-of-%e2%80%98straw-dogs%e2%80%99-on-dodging-stereotypical-roles/

“Jumping the Broom” might boast the most black stars on film since … well, since forever. The T.D. Jakes/Tracey Edmonds production stars Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine, Paula Patton, Mike Epps, Tasha Smith, Meagan Good, Romeo, Pooch Hall and Gary Dourdan, and that’s not all. Singer Joe is even on the soundtrack with a new song […]